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CEDRsays

As part of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolutions’ study into collaboration, this series features interviews with a variety of business minds on issues surrounding workplace collaboration, on topics including trust, risk and gender.

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Jan 23, 2014 CEDRsays
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A conversation between mediators Frances Maynard and Eileen Carroll QC (Hon) on the occasion of Frances’ change of career from full-time mediator to CEDR Mediator Emeritus. The interview touches on Frances' experience and on how she has become one of the most respected mediators in the city and world of banking, in particular with regards to employment disputes.
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Aug 9, 2013 CEDRsays
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Our recent research revealed that 32 per cent of Brits believe a ‘lack of leadership’ to be the most significant reason for team work braking down. This was behind only ‘lack of communication’ in reasons for failure to collaborate successfully. This week we speak with Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School and author of new book, ‘The I of Leadership: Strategies for Seeing, Being and Doing’. We ask what a modern leader should be and explore...
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Jul 25, 2013 CEDRsays
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Interview with Sir Peter Middleton, Chair of Marsh UK, former Chair of Barclays, Camelot and CEDR. Sir Peter spent 30 years at HM Treasury, working closely with nine chancellors. The Daily Telegraph once described Sir Peter as a ‘born leader’, and a senior Barclays colleague was once quoted as saying he had an “incredibly calm” but “very strong leadership style". In this episode we ask whether collaboration is always a good thing, whether some people are ‘natural...
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Jul 25, 2013 CEDRsays
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Can you collaborate with people you do not trust? Our recent research shows that 54 per cent of Britons believe it’s simply a fact of life that you have to work with people you do not trust. Yet 73 per cent would never admit to someone that they do not trust them. This episode we talk to Geoff Lloyd, Executive Director of Tax Controversy and Risk Management at Ernst and Young about an area where trust is rarely absolute and in which perhaps surprisingly can be quite emotional.